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Sleep Apnea Treatment in 
Brentwood, TN

If you have sleep apnea, you probably haven’t been resting very well. This condition not only interrupts your sleep cycle, it also has detrimental effects on your physical health. At Cool Springs Laser Dentistry, our sleep apnea treatment in Brentwood can help you finally sleep through the night without interruption. Schedule your free consultation with Dr. Rice to discover your treatment solutions. You can:

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Travel Easy

Travel easier and breathe better without having to carry a CPAP around.

Sleep Easy

Sleep comfortably throughout the night without worry.

Wake Up Easy

Wake up feeling refreshed every morning by effectively managing your sleep apnea.

Stop Living Without Proper Sleep!

Do you experience persistent fatigue despite getting a complete night's sleep? Have others mentioned that you snore or have teeth grinding? Are you facing challenges related to sleep, acid reflux, hypertension, or Type 2 Diabetes? Are anxiety and depression part of your struggles? 

If any of these problems resonate with you, there's a possibility that undetected sleep apnea could be the hidden culprit. Sleep apnea, a significant sleep disorder that interrupts breathing while asleep, may be the underlying cause of these issues. 

Without proper treatment, it not only leads to fatigue but can also have a profound impact on your overall well-being and potentially reduce your lifespan.
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Get Your Good Night's Sleep Tonight!

When you visit our practice to treat your sleep apnea, you’ll find several options to address your concerns. Best of all, our treatments will enable you to get rid of your CPAP machine. Dr. Rice may recommend:
A custom-made oral appliance you wear at night keeps your airway open while you sleep
Safe and gentle NightLase laser treatments help you breathe easier in just a few appointments
Dr. Rice is passionate about pursuing the latest in patient treatment techniques. This is proven by her Diplomate Dentist designation by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. This makes her a superb partner for solving your sleep problems. Call (629) 200-6111 today for your free consultation.
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Improve Your Sleep In Only Three Steps

By paying attention to the symptoms of sleep apnea, you are doing your part to maintain good oral health and overall health. 

Sleep apnea can happen at any age, but as you get older, your risks for this condition increase greatly. That’s why it’s so important to seek treatment if you recognize the symptoms.

During your free consultation, Dr. Rice will screen you for this sleep disorder. Once you are diagnosed, she will recommend the best option to restore your sleep and protect your health.
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Step 1. Discover

Call our office to schedule an initial consultation with us. We will be able to discuss how we can best help.

Step 2. Design

Dr. Rice and our dental team will create a personal approach to managing your sleep apnea.

Step 3. Dream

You'll finally have the restful sleep every night that you've always been dreaming of. 

Top Sleep Apnea Treatment in Brentwood

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Sleep Apnea Dentist

Since opening her practice in 1986, Dr. Kellye Rice has loved helping patients sleep better in the Brentwood area. She utilizes advanced technology such as laser dentistry combined with a holistic approach to your oral and overall health to address your sleep problems.

Located conveniently near CoolSprings Galleria, Dr. Kellye Rice has been in practice since 1986. She is passionate about staying on top of the latest patient treatment techniques and technology. As a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), she has access to educational resources and practice management tools to better serve her patients. In addition, the AADSM has recognized her as part of a qualified category of dentists with above-average education and experience to treat certain sleep apnea conditions. Her use of laser dentistry and oral appliance treatment has produced great results for her patients.

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Watch how Dr. Kellye Rice has improved the lives of Cool Springs area patients. Request an appointment or call (629) 200-6111 to start sleeping peacefully again.

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"I felt comfortable right away coming to Dr. Rice and her team, and I also knew her reputation as being a good dentist. Getting an oral device is like a journey." –Denair

Expanding my palate has enhanced my health

"Dr. Rice has an excellent team at her office. You're always greeted with a smile. It makes dentistry a much more pleasant experience. Dr. Rice is so warm and friendly, and makes you feel at ease."

Common Questions About Sleep Apnea

What is sleep apnea?

When you have sleep apnea, your tongue or other soft tissues in your mouth block your airway while you sleep. This can interrupt your sleep cycle and cause you to snore and gasp for air throughout the night. This leads to poor sleep quality, affecting you and others in your household.

Why is sleep apnea bad?

Sleep apnea not only affects your quality of sleep, it can also increase your risk for other health issues. If left untreated, you increase your risks for heart disease, strokes, depression, diabetes, and high blood pressure. A common side effect is dry mouth, which can lead to oral health problems too.

Will sleep apnea go away?

Unfortunately, without treatment or changes in your lifestyle, sleep apnea will not go away. Many patients find that with weight loss, they don’t experience their sleep apnea symptoms anymore. However, you can also find relief with our laser treatment options and a custom-made oral appliance. Don’t wait to find the care you need!

What are the symptoms of sleep apnea?

Some of the symptoms of sleep apnea include snoring, gasping for air while you sleep, dry mouth, fatigue, and daytime sleepiness. You may not notice many of these signs without reports from a bed partner. However, even if you recognize one or two, schedule a visit right away.